Leeds Rhinos players and ground staff at Headingley Carnegie Stadium with head groundsman Jason Booth (centre), Ian Brown of Rustons Engineering (left) and David Long of Longs Groundcare Machinery (right)
Three Kioti tractors are playing an important part in keeping the pitch at the world-famous Headingley Carnegie Stadium in Leeds and its 35-acre training ground in top condition for the Leeds Rhinos rugby league and Leeds Carnegie rugby union clubs.
As part of a major up-grading of its ground-care equipment, Leeds Rugby chose three models from the Kioti CK and DK ranges supplied by Longs Groundcare Machinery. The two smaller models – a CK20 and CK35 – work at the stadium, while the 50hp turbo-powered DK501 is based at the training ground.
Both the CK models have three-cylinder engines with full hydrostatic drive systems, three speed ranges, cruise control and four wheel drive. The 35hp CK35 has extra-wide turf tyres to avoid damaging the pitch, as well as a full weather-proof cab, while a 0.16m3 loading bucket with a quick-fit system has been supplied for the 20hp CK20.
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